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Market imbalance refers to a situation when the depth of market on one side significantly exceeds the other side. This is usually a result of large limit orders placed at specific price levels.
However, while the order book imbalance can often provide insight into potential supply and demand at different price levels, it is not the sole factor driving price movements. There are several reasons why prices might move in the opposite direction of the imbalance.
In conclusion, while order book imbalance can be useful to gauge potential supply and demand, it should be used in conjunction with other market analysis tools to confirm trading signals.
If the price moves counter to the imbalance, liquidity may be cancelled, indicating the algorithm doesn’t anticipate trading at that level.